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New light has been thrown on the subject of convulsions and allied conditions in childhood by the study of the electrical reactions. This work was begun and carried out for years by Escherich.1 General convulsions in children, laryngospasm, spasmodic apnea, tetany and similar phenomena have been...
Measles is one of the most interesting of the specific reaction diseases to study, as it has such a definite incubation period and runs such a definite course, not only in its temperature reaction, but also in the manner of the appearance of the eruption.
Since making some studies with the...
Pellagra until recently was of historical interest only to the American student of medicine, who read of its prevalence among the peasantry of Southern Europe. We little suspected that this scourge was present in the United States; for although rare sporadic cases had previously been reported in...
The study of the bacteriology of the alimentary canal in the infant and child is so essentially a study of the behavior of bacteria in varying conditions that a consideration of the normal and abnormal bacteriology of milk is of the first importance. Since milk is the natural diet of infancy, we...
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